That would defeat the purpose. A soft tip would deform and be loose.
I don't know that I would worry about the receivers made from extruded bar stock or the steel ones,but the Ruger 356 castings might be a problem.So you are not worried about stress fractures/cracking originating out of the gouge the Spike puts in the back of the receiver? That is pretty close edge distance to the bottom.
I don't think it will be a problem. The cleaning rod hole is in the middle of the wall. This is on the edge of a casting with a point so it could be a problem with excess torque.This is not going to have any negative effect on any type of 10/22 receiver. It's a tiny little divot in the very back of the receiver. Drilling a cleaning hole in the back has never had any negative effect that I can think of, so why would this?
I read, the pressure on the rear of the action shouldn't be over 8-10 inch-pounds so that shouldn't be a problem for a nylon tip.That would defeat the purpose. A soft tip would deform and be loose.
Brass is not softer than most aluminums surly not softer than a factory Ruger A356 castingI read, the pressure on the rear of the action shouldn't be over 8-10 inch-pounds so that shouldn't be a problem for a nylon tip.
Actually, a brass tip would probably be even better since it's softer than aluminum but stronger than nylon.
I doubt it. It's made for the Titan stock, I don't think it would fit into other stocks.Hello, would the spike fit into a pmaca chassis that has the rear tang space cut out for the kidd rear tang?
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The LOP is 13.9" for most triggers. To shorten it you would need to cut a section off and glue the buttstock back in. It's been done, but I can't say how easy it is.Really like your new stock; super nice! Just have one question, what is the length off pull? The Lord blessed me with short arms and if the pull is not adjustable, is there enough for me to cut off? Thanks much and good luck with your new stock!.........................
We have just released our latest upgrade for our Titan 1022 Stock... the Titan Spike Anchor.
This simple device gives your Titan stock a second point of engagement to increase consistency and accuracy. It's very easy to install and with the supplied tools, you will be able to tune it for the best performance for your action.
The Spike actually presses down against the rear of the 10/22 receiver and holds it in place. You will need to play around with how much pressure to put on it but we have found 8-15 inch pounds works well.
One thing to keep in mind is the Spike is a SPIKE, so it will mark the back of your receiver. If you do not want a mark on the back of your receiver then don't use the SPIKE : )
If you receiver has a cleaning rod hole, the Spike will fit without a problem.
Here are some pics- let me know if you have questions or thoughts. I'm here to help!
(Btw- you can purchase it here: www.victorcompanyusa.com)
Mr. Victor I really like the idea of the spike but i have ask if in your testing if you guys machined out a ledge where the spike made contact to the receiver? Something simple like just and dimple that would mate up with the spike for a cleaner look and more uniform contact? Simple enough that many of us could simply do with a small drill bit and chamfer a dimple made from light drilling?Good request- here is a pic of a Tac Sol X-Ring Receiver with a Spike mark...Would love to see a pic of where is marks the receiver at.
Hi Downman74,Mr. Victor I really like the idea of the spike but i have ask if in your testing if you guys machined out a ledge where the spike made contact to the receiver? Something simple like just and dimple that would mate up with the spike for a cleaner look and more uniform contact? Simple enough that many of us could simply do with a small drill bit and chamfer a dimple made from light drilling?
Looks a lot easier than the rear hold that I made that indexes with the cleaning hole on my raptor stocks.We've been getting great feedback on the Spikes. Solid accuracy increases.
If you don't have a Kidd or other way to lock down the back of the action, it's best to use a Titan Spike to hold it down.
It's super easy to install in a Titan, only takes a couple minutes.
I was kinda thinking along these lines.Won't it go blunt after a number of tear downs for cleaning.